direct organization

direct organization

[də′rekt ȯr·gə·nə′zā·shən]
(computer science)
A type of processing in which records within data sets stored on direct-access devices may be fetched directly if their physical locations are known.
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In other words, Saudi Arabia was able to reduce oil supply and direct Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries' (OPEC) supply-oriented pricing policies in accordance with the preferences of the US and itself.
This tendency for direct organization is more clearly shown in contemporary Chinese writing manuals.
We have 150 sales and service employees in our direct sales operation today, and we cover the whole China marketplace through that direct organization," explained Mr.
With both financial and administrative help from the Supporters Direct organization, the Trust set up various working parties and an interim board to take control until the first AGM.
I have known executives who have stayed with the same keiretsu for many years, hut there are few who actually stay with the same direct organization for an entire career, even in the best of times.
Direct organization not only by union professionals but by rank and file members promise the most good.
com is one of 10 Internet and catalog operations that function under the discounter's Target Direct organization.
Without an adult's direct organization, students readily form a line.
Hormones "even direct organization on the cellular and genetic level," he says, sometimes modifying receptors or even changing the number present.
By leveraging this presence across a range of global markets including Europe, Asia Pacific, and Latin America, CSG's Content Direct organization will build on its success creating unique and innovative direct-to-consumer, multi-device, digital content experiences for communications service providers, major Hollywood studios, live event producers and other content owners.
The company's Target Direct organization, which comprises its Internet and catalog operations, has been built up over the years through acquisitions and internal efforts.

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